Beyonce has announced her Formation World Tour just a short time after her Half Time performance at Super Bowl 50. The tour will start off in the US on April 27th and will end in Glasgow Scotland on Jul 7th. This is Beyonce’s first single tour since her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour in 2013. She previously teamed up with Jay Z for the On the Run Tour in 2014. Since Beyonce has such a large fan-base and everyone is asking us about how to get tickets we are putting together this guide to help you all with your ticket buying process.
Presales for the tour start on Tuesday, February 9th for American Express cardholders and BeyHive fan club members and Live Nation Presales will begin on Friday, February 12th. Tickets will go on public sale on Tuesday, February 16th. Keep a look out on our main page and twitter this week for when we will be posting any and all presales that we have for this tour.
We know that this tour was dropped on us all as a surprise but we still suggest signing up for Beyonce’s fan club to receive exclusive news and updates concerning this tour and any others in the future. You should also follow Queen Bey on Twitter and Facebook for other exclusive updates in the future.
Now we need to talk tickets and how to get them. We already have a post for tips before tickets go on sale – but here are a few tips to keep in mind
- Don’t have a Ticketmaster account? Get one! Checkout will go by much faster if you’ve already got everything set up.
- Make sure you get to the presale/onsale a little early so you can be ready to refresh your page when it starts.
- It’s time! Enter your presale code, select a ticket type and join all the others who are fighting for tickets!
Sometimes some shows on Ticketmaster may mention something about credit card entry in the description. This is a good sign, that means you might have a better chance to get seats over all the brokers who are also trying to get tickets since some will avoid credit card entry tickets. For more information about this go here.
If you don’t want to go through all the crazy hoops of presales and fight against all the other hoards of fans out there you can always get tickets on stubhub, seatgeek or superseats, they sell the cheapest tickets of any ticket resell sites.
If you feel like we did not provide you with enough information on how to get tickets email us at email@example.com for any questions. We hope you don’t have too much trouble when it comes time to get your tickets and we hope we helped you out! Happy ticket buying!
Marlins Park – Miami, Florida – Apr 28, 2016
Raymond James Stadium – Tampa, Florida – Apr 29, 2016
Georgia Dome – Atlanta, Georgia – May 1, 2016
Carter-Finley Stadium – Raleigh, North Carolina – May 3, 2016
Nissan Stadium – Nashville, Tennessee – May 5, 2016
NRG Stadium – Houston, Texas – May 7, 2016
AT&T Stadium – Dallas, Texas – May 9, 2016
Qualcome Stadium – San Diego, California – May 12, 2016
Rose Bowl – Los Angeles, California – May 14, 2016
Levi’s Stadium – San Francisco, California – May 16, 2016
Centurylink Field – Seattle, Washington – May 18, 2016
Commonwealth Stadium – Edmonton, Alberta – May 20, 2016
TCF Bank Stadium – Minneapolis, Minnesota – May 23, 2016
Rogers Centre – Toronto, Ontario – May 25, 2016
Soldier Field – Chicago Illinois – May 27, 2016
Ford Field – Detroit, Michigan – May 29, 2016
Heinz Field – Pittsburgh – Pennsylvania – May 31, 2016
Gillette Stadium – Boston, Massachusetts – June 3, 2016
Lincoln Financial Field – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – June 5, 2016
Citi Field – New York, New York – June 7, 2016
M&T Bank Stadium – Baltimore, Maryland – June 10
HersheyPark Stadium – Hershey, Pennsylvania – June 12, 2016
Stadium of Light – Sunderland, England – June 28, 2016
Millennium Stadium – Cardiff, Wales – June 30, 2016
Wembley Stadium – London, England – July 2, 2016
Emirates Old Trafford – Manchester, England – July 5, 2016
Hampden Park – Glasgow, Scotland – July 7, 2016